We are close to finalising the design of our latest Martinique’s, YN205, interiors. We are delighted to share the design concepts with you. Of course, with 15 months to go before delivery there are opportunities for an owner to work with us to refine the interiors to their own tastes and use of the yacht.
As a boutique semi-custom shipyard, Moonen Yachts can tailor each project to the owner’s personal tastes, says Noël de Keijzer, Design and Proposal Engineer. Personalised layouts for outdoor spaces are often top of the list of owner wishes.
David Seal visited our shipyard recently to see the new 37.4m Moonen 122 Martinique, which is for sale and scheduled for completion in April 2025. He points out that time is of the essence if you are interested in owning the Martinique.
Moonen Yachts stands out among shipyards with its own in-house interior engineering, carpentry, paintshop and outfitting teams. Jos van Dongen, Head of Interiors, explains how the Moonen team creates an exceptional experience and end product for Moonen owners.
The latest Moonen 122 Martinique, YN205, completed her first journey this week. Following the launch at her Dutch hull builder, the Martinique hull was transported to the Moonen Yachts outfitting yard in Den Bosch, Netherlands.
Last week we enjoyed some amazing sailing in Sydney with the Moonen Yachts Racing team at the 2023-24 16ft Skiff Australian Championships. The quality of the fleet makes it absolutely thrilling to watch – the spectator fleet is a testament to that.
We’ve just celebrated the turning of our latest Martinique’s steel hull at our hull building yard in the Netherlands. The in-build 37.4m Moonen 122 Martinique (345GT) is available for sale and scheduled for completion on April 25, 2025.
Moonen Yachts is very proud to present the remarkable American design story behind BOTTI. In a wide-ranging interview, BOTTI’s owners kindly share how they created a uniquely personal yacht from their 36.3m Moonen 119 Martinique.
The Moonen Yachts Racing team has kicked off the 2023-2024 racing season with a win at home in Australia. It was an impressive showing for the reigning club champions who have a brand new skiff to start the season at the Manly 16ft Skiff Club.